Our rigorous programs provide hands-on experience that integrates education and practice with social justice values, multicultural perspectives and a strong emphasis on field education.
Find out how our clinical emphasis and dedicated faculty make SSW the best place to prepare for a rewarding lifelong career.
Our progressive, hands-on curriculum integrates education and practice with social justice values, multicultural perspectives and a strong emphasis on field education.
We know there are a wide range of paths for motivated, caring students. That's why we also offer dual degrees, a unique undergraduate social work major and renowned programs in Education and Behavior Analysis.
Our faculty members are leaders in their fields and mentors in and out of the classroom.
Our faculty and students are on the cutting edge of research in their disciplines. Check out the latest projects and research news.
You'll get hands-on training, right from the start.
Our online journal promotes knowledge exchange among the social work field education community.
Our graduates find success in rewarding careers — and our career support services are here to help during every step.
Our Career Education Center helps with everything from interview preparation to optimizing your LinkedIn profile, so you can land your dream job.
Our alumni share a devotion for empowering society's most vulnerable members, promoting social justice and protecting the health and well-being of their communities
Catch up and network with your classmates and colleagues.
Undergraduates can enroll in an accelerated BS or BA/MAT for Elementary Education. Graduate options include: the MAT; the MAT for DualGeneral/Special Education; and the Professional Licensure MSEd and Certificate programs.
In addition to an undergrad minor in Special Ed, we offer an accelerated BS or BA/MSEd program for Moderate or Severe Disabilities. Graduate options include the MSEd in Special Education for Moderate and Severe Disabilities, MAT for Dual General/Special Ed Licensure and the Certificate in Moderate Disabilities.
Our graduate students may enroll in dual degree tracks to simultaneously complete the MAT for Elementary Education Licensure and one of the following content-area master's degrees: Children's Literature, English, Gender/Cultural Studies or History.